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07 108 109 i u V IJUiM Ui VV 1 li Will Such Wellington art thou Triumphant Fame shall thro the world immortalize thy name Unc V Rare and one of the most artistic 75 MM Leslie M Shaw Sec y of the Treasury Handsome bronze plaque by Barber Bust left name 75x55 Unc The American Bar Association Justice seated holding scales Award ior distinguished services in advancing the science of jurisprudence AE Unc 60 Rare France Medals Fall of Bastile scene monument Two Catholic medals Lille etc and Revolution 1849 2nd Le gion AE Sizes 25 to 35 MM Unc 4 pcs 1812 Naples Gio Napoleon Bust to right by Rego seated figure 27 AE Unc J Roseau AE by Monneron Bust left Contrat So cial etc 35 Abt F Rare France Bronze Award Revolution 1830 Impressed to J B David by
lly in the Coustumier de Paris and the 1 Ordonnance de la Marine he wisely thought it more in according to the genius of our institutions to introduce his improvements gradually by way of judicial decisions As respected commerce there were no vicious rules to be overturned He had only to consider what was just expedient and sanctioned by the experience of nations farther advanced in the science of jurisprudence His plan seems to have been to avail himself as often as opportunity admitted of his ample stores of knowledge acquired from his study of the Roman civil law and of the juridical writers produced in modern times by France Germany Holland and Italy not only in doing justice to the parties litigating before him but in settling with precision and upon sound principles a general rule afterw
73 banker s magazine Mardi one of the many compensations which war brings in its train that it awakens the public mind to the fierce and earnest discussion of great questions formerly neglected and that it advances and helps forward scientific progress political growth and economic research Taxation belongs to the domain of three distinct sciences First it pertains to the science of jurisprudence In dis cussing it in this point of view we have to consider the tax laws of the country as part of its general system of municipal government If we propose smy reform in these laws it is our duty as jurists to explore the contiguous parts of the legislative edifice just as an architect explores all the parts of a defective tower before he can safely take the risk of removing the unsound ston